From Analysers, to Open IT and OPEN Automation solutions; we make it work together, better!
See the latest innovations from Beckman Coulter in Chemistry, Molecular diagnostics and Haematology! Move Healthcare forward with a partner that understands your challenges and has innovations that can transform your laboratory, ensuring efficiency, reliability and breadth of diagnostic solutions.
Finding the right fit is easy with the world’s largest portfolio of chemistry, immunoassay and haematology analysers. Featuring systems for low-volume to ultra-high volume workloads, with fast, reliable and simplified operator use.
For Molecular diagnostics, see our DxN VERIS platform, designed to provide up to 20 random access assays at once, changing the way you perform testing, simplifying your workflow and increasing the laboratory productivity.
To help drive your lab to greater levels of efficiency look at our suite of solutions; smart, integrated data management that puts control back into your hands.
Beckman Coulter – See how we’re moving Healthcare Forward at this year’s meeting 13-15 September, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre.
The hairiest month of the year is here and we’re up and running..
We’re helping increase the awareness of men’s health issues leading to increased funding for research, early diagnosis and treatment methods. In addition, we also hope for education and implementation of personal care of well-being, leading to prevention rather than cure where possible.
The girls are involved too. You don’t have to have a moustache to care about men’s health. Now Mo Sistas can also fundraise for the men in their life by participating in MOVE.
The boys and girls from Beckman Coulter in Australia and New Zealand are together raising funds and awareness for men’s health and helping men live happier, healthier, longer lives. For every dollar we raise, Backman Coulter will match it!
Click to see the development of the boys’ whiskers as Movember progresses…
Director of Scientific Affairs for Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, Sherry Faye, PhD, covers the history of AMH testing and the latest research in its role in ovarian function, predicting fertility and possibly menopause. Additionally, Dr. Faye addresses the various and increasingly important roles for AMH as understanding increases of its importance in women’s health.